LAN cable unplugged Tags: LAN Computers Connection Cable Wireless Networking Last response: June 11, 2010 10:53 PM in Wireless Networking Share Anonymous June 11, 2010 5:44:03 PM Hello, My computer say a local area connection is unplugged. What does it mean? More about : lan cable unplugged Anonymous June 11, 2010 10:53:30 PM Just what it says. Your ethernet cable is unplugged -- presumably you had a connection via the cable before and the connection hasn't been deleted from Windows. It doesn't matter, though it can be a bit annoying when the pop-up obscures something more useful on the Taskbar. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumEthernet lan always showing "a network cable is unplugged " ForumAsus p5kpl-am ps lan cable unplugged ForumLan cable is unplugged but its not ForumNetwork cable unplugged error (but in fact not unplugged at all)- Crosshair Form ForumKeeps cycling between Network Cable Unplugged and Enabled Forumenabling identifying network cable unplugged ForumNetwork cable unplugged ForumError message network cable unplugged Windows XP laptop ForumEthernet Port says "network cable is unplugged " on clean XP Install Forum"A Network cable is unplugged " ...yet it's not Forum"network cable is unplugged " randomly ForumLan unplugged rapidly in window 7 ForumA Network Cable is Unplugged ForumVerizon Modem into Router ForumHow to connect a router that has a WAN phon port to a cable connection modem ForumBest wireless modem for cox cable ForumCoaxial cable TV signal to wireless and back again? ForumWhat is best wired cable router for vpn & heavy DL'ing? ForumNetgear wireless cable modem gateway cg814wg v2 ForumSetup LAN More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !